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Based on my personal encounters with Japanese police my impression is

Very favorable
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8%
Somewhat favorable
16
26%
Neutral (neither favorable, nor unfavorable)
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25%
Somewhat unfavorable
7
11%
Very unfavorable
11
18%
Doesn't apply to me/Have not had any personal encounters with the Japanese police
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11%
 
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by SamhainP8 » Tue Mar 27, 2012 3:15 pm

Takasaki Gunma Prefecture. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :clap:
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by allblacks » Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:20 pm

exUsagiCoalMiner wrote:I'm just going to assume there is absolutely no vetting/screening of people in this country. I'm also going to assume no one is trained to look for 'warning signs' in their coworkers, either. :rope: :drunk: :eyes:


That is too logical for Japan. Stop bringing your common sense approach into the 信頼社会!
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Tue Mar 27, 2012 8:20 pm

sorry.... I'll take my leave now... :bye:
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Policeman in schoolgirl uniform arrested for flashing

Unread post by Mogura » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:55 am

Seriously, WTF.

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... r-flashing
Policeman in schoolgirl uniform arrested for flashing
Crime Apr. 10, 2012 - 06:23AM JST

TOKYO —
A policeman has been arrested for allegedly flashing his genitals at a schoolgirl. Reports say the 37-year-old man was dressed in a sailor-style schoolgirl uniform at the time of the offense.

The officer, who has been named as Kazuya Tsukada, is an assistant inspector with the traffic division. He is believed to have entered an apartment building in Musashino and got into the elevator at the same time as a 16-year-old schoolgirl on March 11 at around 7 p.m., TV Asahi reported. As he got out of the elevator, Tsukada reportedly turned around and said, “Look at this” and flashed his genitals at the girl.

According to police, a string of similar incidents in the area prompted a search for the man responsible. Tsukada was eventually spotted in Musashisakai Station in schoolgirl uniform and was detained by station guards, TV Asahi reported.

During questioning, Tsukada was quoted as saying he had done the same thing few times.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by angryboy » Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:44 am

Not a tongue in cheek question; do they put potential recruits through a psyche evaluation?
A bloke I know in Oz didn`t get past the psyche.He is a lot of things but not a pervert yet
these freaks somehow slip through the net.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by SamhainP8 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 10:34 am

angryboy wrote: do they put potential recruits through a psyche evaluation?
Yes they do.
If you fail, you pass :thumbsup:
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by angryboy » Tue Apr 10, 2012 2:07 pm

SamhainP8 wrote:
angryboy wrote: do they put potential recruits through a psyche evaluation?
Yes they do.
If you fail, you pass :thumbsup:
I spose full attendance will get them over the line :chug:
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Policeman arrested for licking woman's hair

Unread post by Mogura » Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:41 pm

More WTF...

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... omans-hair
Policeman arrested for licking woman's hair
Crime Apr. 19, 2012 - 06:25AM JST

SHIZUOKA —
A Shizuoka police officer has been arrested for licking a woman’s hair in a restaurant, police said Wednesday.

According to police, the 50-year-old forensics officer, who has been named as Tetsuya Ichikawa, was detained by police after allegedly approaching a 25-year-old woman from behind and licking her hair at a restaurant in Shizuoka Station on Tuesday night, NTV reported.

A spokesperson for the Shizuoka prefectural police said that Ichikawa had been on sick leave for an undisclosed illness since June of last year and approached the department on Tuesday to discuss returning to work.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by allblacks » Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:53 pm

"You are under arrest for licking a woman's hair."

This makes tonnes of sense. I bet there is a lot more to this.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by sirwanksalot » Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:25 pm

allblacks wrote:"You are under arrest for licking a woman's hair."

This makes tonnes of sense. I bet there is a lot more to this.
He was probably coming to the end of some kind of psychological leave and is attempting to extend.

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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by SamhainP8 » Thu Apr 19, 2012 9:16 pm

allblacks wrote:"You are under arrest for licking a woman's hair."

This makes tonnes of sense. I bet there is a lot more to this.
Arsehole hair :?:
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Fukuoka police sergeant arrested for leaving scene of accide

Unread post by Mogura » Sun May 27, 2012 6:51 pm

Jackass...

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... is-vehicle
Fukuoka police sergeant arrested for leaving scene of accident involving his vehicle
Crime May. 26, 2012 - 06:00AM JST

FUKUOKA —
A 53-year-old police sergeant has been arrested for leaving the scene of an accident involving his vehicle in Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture, police said Friday.

According to police, the car driven by Shinhiro Kamata allegedly hit a car in front of him at about 8 a.m. on Thursday, injuring the woman driver, NTV reported. Kamata then took off and went to work as normal at a police box.

The woman, who suffered minor injuries, reported the incident to police. Kamata was quoted by investigators as saying that he left the scene of the accident because he did not want to be reprimanded by his superiors, NTV reported.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by allblacks » Mon May 28, 2012 12:16 pm

Ah and I bet that this accident gets swept under the rug even though he ran from the scene. If I was her I would be insisting on 100% responsibility be taken by him AND that charges be filed for fleeing the scene of the accident. I bet you 10 000 yen that his superiors go to the woman and talk her down from doing that to save face.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Mon May 28, 2012 2:20 pm

Sadly, I'm more inclined to agree with ABs. Or it will somehow, miraculously, turn into the woman's fault...
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Unread post by allblacks » Mon May 28, 2012 2:39 pm

I just think that the cops insurance people will bully her into doing what they want. After all, he is a cop. She is just a citizen.

If insurance companies actually fought for their clients here it might be different. But her insurance company is in bed with the cops so theres no win situation for her. They call it a "manual" on how to deal with accidents.

Possible reasons it could be her fault: She stopped all of a sudden (due to the car in front of her doing the same thing). Her cars tail lights were "not red enough."
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by MonkeyMagic » Mon Jun 11, 2012 2:37 pm

The Japan Times Link
Two fatally stabbed in downtown Osaka

Isohi stabbed the man first and then attacked the woman. He then returned to the man, suffering an injury to his hand, the police said.

The attacker, wearing a pale pink shirt, jumped on the male victim and stabbed his sides and thighs with a kitchen knife repeatedly "as if he was haunted by something," a witness said, adding the victim screamed for help.

The attacker then walked eastward on the street and encountered the woman on a bicycle, stabbing her before people nearby urged the woman to flee, according to witness accounts.

The attacker then returned to the male victim and stabbed him again and tried to do so even after police officers arrived at the scene and asked him to stop, witnesses said. The man was then overpowered by the police officers.
I wonder how that conversation went down.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by allblacks » Mon Jun 11, 2012 2:56 pm

In Australia you would be told to put the knife down. If you didnt they might use rubber bullets on you or go for a non fatal shot. Probably the same thing in NZ.

Cops here have guns. Should have pulled it out and threatened to shoot him with it. Failing that just shoot the cunt in the guts.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by MonkeyMagic » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:05 pm

allblacks wrote:Cops here have guns. Should have pulled it out and threatened to shoot him with it. Failing that just shoot the cunt in the guts.
Surely this incident would constitute the use of deadly force?!
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by allblacks » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:16 pm

Hey

No I was at home on the sofa drinking beer. But I do work pretty close to where it happened.
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Unread post by MonkeyMagic » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:32 pm

allblacks wrote:No I was at home on the sofa drinking beer.
Safest place to be it would seem. :cheers: I remember that stabbing spree in
Akihabara was on a Sunday as well.

Personally, I'll do anything to avoid shopping on Sundays, if only to dodge the crowds.
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Unread post by MonkeyMagic » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:34 pm

Langslave wrote:Im sorry "asked him to stop"? I have to hope that was someones mis-translation somewhere along the line.
We can only hope Langslave!
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Unread post by allblacks » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:50 pm

Bugger ducking crowds. I dont want to deal with anyone period. Call it anti social if you want. I work two jobs and just get totally wiped out by saturday night. Sometimes Im even too tired to drink and just hit the sack.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by MacGyver » Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:13 pm

allblacks wrote:In Australia you would be told to put the knife down. If you didnt they might use rubber bullets on you or go for a non fatal shot.
There have been several incidents where people with knives have been killed by cops in Oz when they didn't put the knife down. And generally cops don't go for a "non-fatal shot" cause its just too hard and low percentage. The goal is to put him down, and if dies so be it. A guy shot in the leg or arm can keep coming.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by SamhainP8 » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:12 pm

Yeah I remember a few years back now there were several instances in quick succession where VIC cops did just that. From memory, one bloke was trying rob a pay phone with a claw hammer and refused to go peacefully and ended up getting blown away.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:38 pm

I wouldn't be surprised if the guns the plods carry here are actually just those replica BB guns or even novelty cigarette lighters. At the very least taze or mace the guy. But all of that would only disturb the 'wa'... :bang:
Same goes for the States. You're brandishing a deadly weapon? You get one or two warnings to drop it, then you get dropped.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by MonkeyMagic » Tue Jun 12, 2012 12:08 am

allblacks wrote:Sometimes Im even too tired to drink and just hit the sack.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by steki47 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 6:44 am

exUsagiCoalMiner wrote:Same goes for the States. You're brandishing a deadly weapon? You get one or two warnings to drop it, then you get dropped.
Like this incident:
The 31-year-old was shot several times by a police officer from the US city after he refused to stop eating his victim, who is being treated in hospital after reportedly having up to 75 per cent of his face chewed off.
'A police officer came over, told him several times to get off then climbed over the divider and got in front of him and said, "Get off!"
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by eb0li » Tue Jun 12, 2012 1:14 pm

Not trying to be too specific or perfect with the language here but I'm pretty sure the police have a standard way of telling someone to drop a weapon and I've got a strong gut fealing it's not "武器を落とすようお願いできますでしょうか?" or "武器を落としていただけますか?" or "武器を落としてくれますか?"

It's probably more like "武器を落として下さい!" or "武器を落としましょう!". Not asking, telling.

As for why they chose to engage him without shooting, I can only speculate but police in Japan are only allowed by law to shoot 30 rounds per YEAR for practice broken into 3 sessions of 10 rounds each. I doubt many of them have enough confidence with a gun to shoot someone kneeling on someone else with bystanders in stores along the street who could get hit by a stray ricochet.

The US officers couldn't stop the lunitic from getting that last juicy bite out of the guys face and the Japanese police couldn't stop the lunitic from getting in his last stabs. I think the quick disarming was an improvement on Akihabara and a decent job overall. I really wish the police were allowed to practice more with their guns.

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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by eb0li » Wed Jun 13, 2012 8:15 am

My fiance s father is a desk cop and he says most cops aren't allowed to carry guns unless there is a report of a dangerous criminal in the area. I don't know if this applies to Koban cops, though. Maybe they carry their ammunition in a separate pocket. Maybe not.

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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by Mogura » Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:05 pm

Which is more offensive, the revealing of his naughty parts, or that he thinks he's a member of SMAP? :eyes:

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... en-in-park
Kanagawa cop arrested for flashing women in park
Crime Jun. 19, 2012 - 05:25AM JST

TOKYO —
A police sergeant in Kanagawa Prefecture has been arrested for exposing himself to female passersby in a public park in Kawasaki, police said Monday.

According to investigators, the 34-year-old traffic division sergeant, who has been named as Yoshinori Kurata, returned to his Kawasaki home briefly after work on Saturday night before going to the park inebriated and removing all of his clothes except his shoes and socks, Fuji TV reported.

Kurata was arrested after police received a report from a 63-year-old woman who encountered him in the park at around 10:30 p.m. He was quoted by police as saying he stripped off because he finds women’s reactions “exciting,” Fuji reported.

Police are currently investigating the possibility of Kurata’s involvement in over 20 other similar incidents that have been reported in the area since January.
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